Beta Iota Chapter Nurse Researcher

2022 Recipient

Jamilah Alqahtani, MSN, RN, AG-ACNP
Development and Testing of the Traumatic Brain Injury Behaviors Scale - Caregiver Proxy

2020 Recipients

Holly Meyer, MSN, RN, PhD Candidate
Breastfeeding Beyond Six Months: Sustaining Breastfeeding

Kim Johnson, PhD, RN and Rebecca Lee, PhD, RN
The Attitudes, Confidence, Interest, and Experiences of Emergency Nurses Caring for Homeless Populations: A Mixed Methods Study

2019 Recipients

Mohammad Shehab, BSN, RN, PhD Candidate
The Accuracy and Feasibility of a Smartphone Application for Carbohydrate Counting in Adults with Insulin-Dependent Diabetes

Kendra Varner, MSN, RN-BC
Longitudinal Mixed Methods Study of Newly Graduated Nurse and Teacher Sleep Experiences

2015 Recipient

Jean Scholz, PhD, RN
The Patient Experience of the Older Adult with Multimorbidity in Care Coordination

2014 Recipients

Joseph Perazzo, PhD, RN
Initiation of Care for Individuals Living with HIV

Angela Clark, PhD, RN
Phase Ia/Ib Feasibility Study of a Group-based Opioid Overdose
Prevention Educational Intervention

2013 Recipient

Carrie Hall, MS, RN
Carrie is a PhD student in the University of Cincinnati College of Nursing and receives $3384.00 for her proposed study, "The Relationship between Cognitive Stimulating Activities, Physical Activity, and Cognitive Impairment in Women who Received Adjuvant Chemotherapy for Breast Cancer.

2011 Recipient

Teresa Gethy-Eby, PhD, RN, Doctoral Student
Concept-Based Teaching and Meaningful Learning in Nursing Students
Funded 9/21/2011 for $3901

2010 Recipient

Kate York, Doctoral Student
Ms. York is conducting a study entitled, Community Health Workers’ Role in Community-Direct Treatment with Ivermectin Programs: A Mixed Methods Study. Her research will be conducted in two villages located in Tanzania. Her dissertation chair is Dr. Devon Berry, University of Cincinnati College of Nursing faculty.


Kelly Beischel

2009 Recipient

Kelly P. Beischel, PhD, RN, NCSN, CNE
Dr. Kelly Beischel’s proposed study, Anxiety as a Mediating Variable to Learning Outcomes in a Human Patient Simulation, was funded by Beta Iota Chapter for $3500.


Jean Anthony

2008 Recipients

Jean Anthony, PhD, RN, Assistant Professor,
University of Cincinnati College of Nursing

$500 Grant for her study: African American Clergy and Depression: What They Know; What They Want to Know

Robin Osterman


Robin Osterman, PhD, RNC-OB, PMHCNS-BC, Assistant Professor, University of Cincinnati College of Nursing
In 2009, Dr. Robin Osterman’s proposed study, Motivational Interviewing Intervention to Decrease Alcohol Use During Pregnancy, was funded by Beta Iota Chapter for $4000.

The Beta Iota Chapter commends these nurse researchers for their contributions to the profession of nursing.